Courageous. I was called courageous by a woman for complimenting her skirt. We were standing on a street corner, waiting for the light to change, and I said that her bright red skirt was pretty. She thanked me and said that I was courageous. I was surprised. “Have we really fallen that far?”
In the wee hours of the morning, a miracle occurred. The Stormy Daniels coverage dissipated, at least for a few moments, as President Trump welcomed home three American citizens released from captivity in North Korea. But the New York Times felt obligated to deflate even this decisive accomplishment. It noted that “other administrations,
We’re in primary season, and this time it feels different. More than 40 Republican legislators have either left Congress or announced they will not seek reelection. And while many political commentators view this exodus as a clear indication of a blue wave coming in November, this is not necessarily the case. We have
President Bush declared the Global War on Terror. President Obama changed its name to the Overseas Contingency Operation. And President Trump, during the 2016 presidential campaign, promised to “bomb the shit” out of ISIS and take their oil. And with that, ladies and gentlemen, we have a succinct history of our Middle Eastern
He might have a 5 a.m. lift with his team in a few hours, but that won’t stop him from playing another round of beer pong. Unabashedly, he will wear his Make America Great Again hat around campus and might even pair it with a Reagan Bush ’84 t-shirt. He hasn’t read Locke
His hoodied silhouette emerges from a cloud of white vapor with a few lackadaisical and interspersed smoke rings. With a copy of Atlas Shrugged in one hand, a vape in the other, and a nearly lethal level of caffeine in his bloodstream from a 72-hour coding binge, the libertarian is ready to take
Colleges are hostile environments for young Americans on the rightward end of the political spectrum. Like any living being in a hostile environment, these students have developed a wide variety of strategies for surviving. These strategies affect the way they think and act. The different strategies end up defining certain subcultures of "conservatism."